In a major relief to Atal Pension Yojana (APY) subscribers in the wake of coronavirus pandemic, PFRDA has allowed deferment of their contribution until June 2020
Coronavirus Outbreak: Govt allows partial withdrawal for NPS subscribers for covering expenses related to treatment of COVID-19
The Pension Fund Regulatory and Development Authority of India (PFRDA) on Friday said NPS subscribers will now be allowed partial withdrawal for covering expenses related to treatment of COVID-19
Union Budget 2020-21: Pension fund regulator wants govt to double tax benefit under NPS to Rs 1 lakh
Pension fund regulator PFRDA is pitching for doubling the tax benefit under the NPS to Rs 1 lakh in the upcoming Budget, according to a whole-time member of the authority
Overseas Citizens of India (OCI) will now be eligible to apply for the National Pension System at par with NRIs, the government said on Wednesday
Budget 2019: Govt proposes raising income tax exemption for NPS subscribers to 60% of corpus; new limit applicable from April 2020
Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman Friday proposed to exempt from income tax 60 percent of the amount received by subscribers of National Pension System on closure of account or opting out of the scheme
Modinomics underpins need for leader who can deliver political stability, economic development, argues BJP economist
The sheer pace of Modinomics, versus the laxity of Manmohanomics, is evident from the fact that of the 23 IITs in India, in 71 years of independent India, 30 percent were set up in just two years by the Modi dispensation!
How is PM Shram Yogi Mandhan Pension scheme any different from existing pension schemes, asks rural UP
With unorganised sector workers already eligible for the National Pension Scheme, and the APY, it seems unclear why PM-SYM has been launched, especially if it isn’t going to be bringing anything new, in terms of expanded coverage or increased amount, to the table. And if this is nothing more than an attempt at vote-bank politics, then rural Mau, at least, can see through it.
Pension fund regulator PFRDA has reached a subscriber base of 2.65 crore in its flagship National Pension System (NPS) and Atal Pension Yojana (APY) schemes and hopes to cover nearly 2.72 crore subscribers by the end of the current financial year
Budget 2019: Things to watch for in the new mega pension scheme; will it make Atal Pension Yojana redundant?
The Atal Pension Yojana levies heavy penalties for delay in paying monthly contributions, or inability to pay contributions for certain months.
Govt plans to roll out social security code across country in three phases before 2019 Lok Sabha election
The basic idea behind the pan-India launch of social security scheme is that the ministry does not want to take up controversial issues especially when the general election is months away from now.
PFRDA conducts valuation to weigh up doubling of pension limit to Rs 10,000 under Atal Pension Yojana
A proposal was made in the past to raise the pension under APY to double the limit from the existing slab of up to Rs 5,000.
Arun Jaitley to meet heads of public sectors banks tomorrow; to review financial performance, bad loan situation
The meeting will review the annual financial performance of public sector banks, credit offtake in the economy, priority sector lending and progress made under various social sector schemes
Arun Jaitley to meet heads of PSBs next week to review performance, credit growth, bad loan situation
Arun Jaitley's meeting will happen against the backdrop of the 'Alternative Mechanism' (AM) to merge three public sector banks Bank of Baroda, Vijaya Bank and Dena Bank
Daily Bulletin: PM addresses nation in last Independence Day speech before election; Reliance GigaFibre pre-bookings start today
All eyes are on the Red Fort ramparts today with Prime Minister Narendra Modi giving the last Independence Day Speech of his current term in the Lok sabha, and other top stories of the day
Modi said beneficiaries under various social security schemes stood at about 5 crore in 2014, which has now increased to 50 crore.
Atal Pension Yojana: Govt mulls raising benefit limit to up to Rs 10,000 per month from existing slab of up to Rs 5,000
There is a need to increase the value of pension under APY, Madnesh Kumar Mishra, Joint Secretary, Department of Financial Services (DFS), said at a conference organised by PFRDA
Two-day bank strike: Nearly 60,000 employees protest in Maharashtra against 'meagre' 2% wage hike; ATMs go dry in Moradabad
Nearly 10 lakh employees are participating in the nationwide strike as part of "our democratic right by forgoing our salary", All India Bank Employees Association (AIBEA), general secretary C H Venkatachalam had said earlier in the day.
A guaranteed pension scheme for citizens of India announced by the government on 9 May, 2015, Atal Pension Yojana (APY) is focused on the unorganised sector workers which constitute more than 85 percent of the workforce
Atal Pension Yojana (APY) was introduced in 2015 by the government as a self- contributory savings pension scheme with guaranteed pension of Rs 1,000 to Rs 5,000
The extension is, however, only for those who are yet to apply of Aadhaar, an order issued by the Ministry of Electronics and Information Technology said.